House Vs Hurricane call it a day

Melbourne heavy hitters House Vs Hurricane have called it a day.

The band made the announcement this afternoon via Facebook, writing:

After nearly 7 years as a band we, House Vs Hurricane have decided it’s time for us to move on and call it day.

The five if us could have never imagined the amount of support we have received since our beginnings from our fans, friends, families, past members and and the amazing team that has been behind us the entire way.

We see this as an exciting step more than anything else, of course it’s sad but we have been given the opportunity to travel the world, record music, meet so many amazing people and share what we do with anyone who will listen, and for that we are so so grateful and humbled.

We have an Australian tour coming up later this month with I Killed The Prom Queen and Buried In Verona, as well as River Sessions festival in Mackay. These will be our last shows for the moment, but we may look to do something later on as a final farewell. For now, please come and see us on tour June 20-29 and lets have a blast.

Of course we will all continue to play music in some capacity so keep an eye out for that in the future but for now it is goodbye.

We have put up a couple of tracks for free that are B-Sides from Crooked Teeth as a parting gift to our awesome fans and supporters. Stay tuned for those shortly, we hope you enjoy them

Lovers, haters, people that don’t care, thanks for being a part of the journey, it’s been real!

Ryan, Dan, Chris, Dylan and Sam.

6 Responses to “House Vs Hurricane call it a day”

  1. juliand1985

    I doubt it has anything to do with the line up changes. Lets face it, spending most of the 6 years recording, writing, touring and virtually breathing their band really doesnt leave any time for family, real life or even work to be able to sustain a happy life. It does sound nice when people sugar coat it and say ‘wow what a dream, touring the world playing music every day’ but im sure its pretty hard when the style of music you play doesnt support a stable income for 5 adults who all probably want a family and persobal assets one day.
    I say good on em! I was a fan of these guys when they were Beyond Mine and think they pulled this gig off incredibly well!!

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